Seriously? ESPN Suspends Jemele Hill for Social Media Violations

We thought the Jemele Hill / ESPN debacle over comments she made about Donald Trump was over and done with — but we were wrong.

Weeks after the controversy surrounding Jemele Hill calling Donald Trump a white supremacist on social media, the network has issued a statement and has suspended Jemele for two weeks.

To be clear, the network is saying they suspended Jemele for violating their social media policy as she suggested a boycott of NFL advertisers — but we all know how this works.

Her suspension comes after the White House called for Jemele’s firing.

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